The largest airline in the Middle East will start playing for passengers medical and quarantine bills, if a customer is diagnosed with COVID-19 during their travels.
As part of an effort to boost ‘travel confidence’ across the world, Emirates have announced they will cover medical expenses of almost AU$245,000 and quarantine hotel costs of approximately AU$160 per day for 14 days, should passengers be diagnosed with COVID-19 during their travel.
At the moment, most states in Australia will make customers fork out for their own accommodation and it can cost up to $5,000 for 4 days.
“Emirates will cover its passengers for COVID-19 related medical expenses and quarantine costs when they travel on board Emirates, to and from the UAE and around the world, free of charge,” the Emirate’s media office said in a statement.
Source: KIIS 1065
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